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Maui Energy Conference sponsors

HiVE provides the catalyst for achieving 100% renewable energy in Hawaii by 2045.  HiVE delivers better battery chemistry, better energy, better power, and better efficiency than the competition – and it manufactures on Maui.  HiVE 2045!

Sunburst offers a simple, cost-effective way for Hawaii residential utility customers to go green with PV power and energy storage with zero upfront cost.

HNU Energy is a Maui-based complete energy solution provider and engineering firm, offering renewable energy generation, energy storage, energy efficiency measures, EV chargers, and electrical, construction, and engineering services. The company name derives from the formula defining the energy contained in one photon of light. In plain English HNU is the ENERGY of LIGHT!

ecostrukture revolutionizes sustainable construction.  From precast concrete homes and buildings, to PV carports and enclosures, ecostrukture delivers products with superior aesthetics, durability, longevity, and economy.  Sustainability.  Built-in. Manufactured on Maui.[Visit Site]

Maui Energy Conference sponsor SILVER SPRING NETWORKS enables the Internet of Important Things™ by reliably and securely connecting things that matter. Cities, utilities, and companies on five continents use the company’s cost-effective, high-performance IoT network and data platform to operate more efficiently, get greener, and enable innovative services that can improve the lives of millions of people. With more than 24 million devices delivered, Silver Spring provides a proven standards-based platform safeguarded with military grade security. Silver Spring Networks’ customers include Baltimore Gas & Electric, CitiPower & Powercor, ComEd, Consolidated Edison, CPS Energy, Florida Power & Light, Pacific Gas & Electric, Pepco Holdings, and Singapore Power. Silver Spring has also deployed networks in Smart Cities including Copenhagen, Glasgow, Paris, Providence, and Stockholm.
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UluponoLogo ULUPONO INITIATIVE is a Hawaii-focused impact investing firm that uses for-profit and non-profit investments to improve the quality of life for island residents in three areas: locally produced food; renewable energy; and waste reduction.
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Hitachi Maui Energy Conference sponsor The basic credo of HITACHI is to further elevate its founding concepts of harmony, sincerity and pioneering spirit, to instill a resolute pride in being a member of Hitachi, and thereby to contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products.
Deeply aware that a business enterprise is itself a member of society, Hitachi is also resolved to strive as a good citizen of the community towards the realization of a truly prosperous society and, to this end, to conduct its corporate activities in a fair and open manner, promote harmony with the natural environment, and engage vigorously in activities that contribute to social progress.
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The government of the COUNTY OF MAUI, encompasses the islands of Kaho`olawe, Lana`i, Maui and Moloka`i, in the State of Hawai`i, USA with a mission to promote and nurture sustainable economic development within Maui County consistent with the community’s needs and priorities. Support for the Maui Energy Conference comes through the County’s Office of Economic Development which works in partnership with the community, business and government sectors to strengthen and diversify the economy by supporting existing businesses, and by assisting in the attraction, development and expansion of new businesses.
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HSEO Logo CMYK With the state’s goal to reach 100 percent renewable energy generation by 2045, the HAWAII STATE ENERGY OFFICE (HSEO) is leading the state’s charge toward clean energy independence. HSEO is committed to developing and deploying high impact solutions that will maximize Hawaii’s renewable energy resources and improve efficiency and transportation standards. Through effective policies and innovative programs, HSEO has positioned Hawaii as a leader in clean energy innovation, which will generate quality jobs, attract investment opportunities and accelerate economic growth.
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TriCo_H_PMS2685_WarmGrey9 For more than 100 years, the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANIES have provided the energy that has fueled the islands’ development from a Hawaiian kingdom to a modern state. Hawaiian Electric Company, and its subsidiaries, Maui Electric Company, and Hawaii Electric Light Company, serves 95% of the state’s 1.4 million residents on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Hawaii Island, Lanai and Molokai.  Since 1891, we have been entrusted to power these islands and empower its citizens – a responsibility that has been both our mission and our honor.
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HOLU ENERGY LLC is a full-service energy development company serving Hawaii and the Pacific region. Holu Energy is technology agnostic, which enables the company to develop customized solutions that fit the specific needs of each project. The company was formed to provide commercial, industrial and non-profit organizations with access to solar energy in order to reduce and stabilize their energy costs, while also providing investors an appropriate return based on project risk. Targeted organizations include, but are not limited to, housing developments, warehouses, churches, schools and associations of homeowners (HOAs). Because of Hawaii’s dependence on oil for production of electricity, the cost of electricity is volatile and sporadic. Holu Energy’s solutions based expertise is in orchestrating customized partnerships to complete energy projects through financing, engineering, procurement, installation, operations and contracting structures for its client base.
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Sempra Renewables Maui Energy Conference Together with affiliates and joint-venture partners, SEMPRA RENEWABLES own and operate nearly 2,400 megawatts (MW) of renewable generating capacity* fueled by the sun and wind, that generate power for nearly 600,000 homes and businesses. Their more than $3 billion investment in clean energy has created about 4,000 jobs, while providing an economic boost to communities and landowners in 11 states. An experienced team uses a combination of rigorous analysis, internal expertise, and external collaboration to architect new and creative solutions to complex energy problems.  Subsidiary of SEMPRA ENERGY, a Fortune 500 energy services holding company, based in San Diego, Calif., with 17,000 employees.
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HNEI - Maui Energy Conference Sponsor The HAWAI’I NATURAL ENERGY INSTITUTE (HNEI) conducts essential energy research relevant to Hawaii and the world.  Programs focus on identifying technically sound, cost effective solutions and practical strategies that can be implemented to deliver commercially viable renewable energy.  The ultimate goal is to achieve a stable and cost-effective energy mix for Hawaii, while reducing our dependence on oil and other fossil fuel resources. HNEI brings together people from a wide range of disciplines and different types of organizations to tackle the urgent and complex sustainable energy needs of the state and the nation. Analysis, research, engineering, economics, and policy are integrated to develop technology, strategies and policies that will have significant positive impact on the energy mix.
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HAWAIIGASLogo.Vert_PMS376 HAWAI’I GAS is a highly-specialized Technical Services and Solutions company that applies our aerospace engineering excellence with development knowledge and operational experience to provide unique subject matter expertise to build and operate highly effective mission critical systems for its’ customers.
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Hawaii Energy - Maui Energy Conference HAWAII ENERGY is the ratepayer-funded conservation and efficiency program for Hawaii, Honolulu and Maui counties administered by Leidos Engineering, LLC under contract with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission. We are here to help you save money on your electric bills and reduce our state’s dependence on imported oil.
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htdc - maui energy conference HIGH TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (HTDC) is a state agency established by the Hawaii State Legislature in 1983 to facilitate the development and growth of Hawaii’s commercial high technology industry.  The State views high technology as an important driver in the diversification of Hawaii’s economy and one that provides quality, high-paying jobs for Hawaii residents.  HTDC provides key resources to help develop and retain high tech in Hawaii.
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Mercedes-Benz Energy Energy storage is the key to a sustainable energy future. MERCEDES-BENZ ENERGY storage solutions enable homes, companies, and utilities to gain increased autonomy and manage resources more efficiently and sustainably. Based on the same battery technology used in Mercedes-Benz electric and hybrid vehicles, our storage systems meet the highest standards of quality, reliability, and safety.
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Maui energy conference sponsor ITRON is working to create more insightful utilities, smarter cities and a more resourceful world. From integrated energy and water smart grid solutions to advanced analytics and robust services, Itron has the technology you need to make the most of your investments.
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maui energy conference sponsor PV HARDWARE is a company comprised of experts in solar technology, engineering and construction. PVH was founded in 2011, and is part of Grupo Gransolar, a firm with a vast experience in photovoltaic industry. PVH is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has an Operations Center in Sacramento, while in Spain it maintains its European headquarters in Alcobendas (Madrid), as well as its principal manufacturing facility in Cheste, near the internaional port of Valencia.
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Alaska Air - Maui Energy conference ALASKA AIRLINES’ commitment to caring for our customers, our communities, our environment, and each other is a fundamental part of who we are and what we do. Our objective is to be one of the most respected U.S. airlines by our customers, employees, and shareholders. We believe our success depends on our ability to provide safe air transportation, develop relationships with customers by providing exceptional customer service and low fares, and maintain a competitive cost structure to compete effectively. It is important to us that we achieve our objective as a socially responsible company that values not just our performance, but also our people, our community, and our environment.
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Pacific Biodiesel - Maui energy conference Founded on Maui in 1995, PACIFIC BIODIESEL is the nation’s longest operating and most experienced biodiesel producer, and established the first retail biodiesel pump in America. Today with nearly 80 employees statewide, the company is the only commercial biofuel producer in Hawaii. Throughout its history, Pacific Biodiesel’s mission has remained constant: to promote a clean, sustainable energy future through the community-based production of renewable fuels. With a nameplate production capacity of 5.5 million gallons annually, Pacific Biodiesel’s Big Island refinery utilizes state-of-the art distillation technology to produce the nation’s highest quality biodiesel and on Earth Day 2016 became the first facility in the world to be certified by the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance for its sustainable production and distribution practices. The company has always focused on recycling with a zero waste philosophy that incorporates development of value-added coproducts. Its collaborative, community-based “agriculture and energy” production model demonstrates a full-circle system of sustainability and climate change solutions designed to help Hawaii achieve a clean, sustainable energy future.
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Kaua’i Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) is a not-for-profit generation, transmission and distribution cooperative owned by the members it serves. Headquartered in Lihue, Hawaii, the cooperative serves 33,000 electric accounts on the island of Kauai. KIUC is a nationally recognized leader in the use of renewable energy and is committed to using solar, biomass and hydropower to produce at least 50 percent of the island’s electricity by 2023.
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MORE THAN SMART is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that brings industry, advocacy and government experts together to develop solutions for integrating more distributed generation resources gradually into state electricity distribution grids.  A key focus is in providing assistance to states to follow the MTS Walk/Jog/Run® Framework for modernizing distribution grids through an engineering-based framework that acknowledges the unique energy policies of each state.
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Maui energy conference sponsor TABUCHI ELECTRIC is a leading worldwide solar inverter manufacturer. Globally diversified and listed on the NIKKEI, it has developed and manufactured state-of-the-art solar inverters for over 20 years. Tabuchi develops and manufactures products to serve as a “Total Energy Solution”. Our mission is to contribute to a greener world by providing customers with products that generate, use, and manage energy efficiently.
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Featured Exhibitors
Alaska Air Aquion Energy
Center for Sustainable Energy Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaii Gas Hawaii State Energy Office
Hitachi HiVE
HNU Energy Holu Energy
HTDC Mercedes-Benz Energy
More Than Smart Ohm Technologies
Pacific Biodiesel Pacific Energy Alternatives
 PV Hardware Sempra Renewables
Silver Spring Networks Spanner Re2 GmbH
Tabuchi Electric UniEnergy Technologies

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